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  • #16
    I still can't find any option to change sorting options.

    You can change sorting by creating categories of lists, rather than putting everything under their default category called "Reminders." I ignore than category and only use the ones I created (Projects, Agendas, Anywhere, Calls, Computer, Errands, Home, Office, Waiting For, Someday.)

    We have it in our queue to create a GTD & Reminders Setup Guide. No date on that, but it is in our queue.

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    • #17
      "GTD & Reminders Setup Guide", please!

      Originally posted by kelstarrising View Post
      We have it in our queue to create a GTD & Reminders Setup Guide. No date on that, but it is in our queue.
      Kelly!

      Could you please move the "GTD & Reminders Setup Guide" Project to your Top Priority Reminders list?

      Due to recent fashion trends I switched to iPhone 4S (I must say that my Nokia E71 had much better GSM radio/antenna subsystem but its software was unreliable and less user friendly) and now I am using Reminders for some of my lists.

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      • #18
        I'd like to add a +1 to TesTeq's request. I could use this tremendously. Especially with ios 6 now.

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        • #19
          It's top in the queue. I'm working on getting GTD & OmniFocus out the door (coming soon!!)

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          • #20
            Originally posted by kelstarrising View Post
            I still can't find any option to change sorting options.

            You can change sorting by creating categories of lists, rather than putting everything under their default category called "Reminders." I ignore than category and only use the ones I created (Projects, Agendas, Anywhere, Calls, Computer, Errands, Home, Office, Waiting For, Someday.)

            We have it in our queue to create a GTD & Reminders Setup Guide. No date on that, but it is in our queue.
            Too bad categories from Outlook Tasks don't show up in iOS Reminders.

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            • #21
              Too bad categories from Outlook Tasks don't show up in iOS Reminders.
              As far as I know, they should, but won't go to your primary Outlook Tasks or To-Do List folders, but to a new folder in Outlook Tasks called Reminders. That's what we're testing to get clear on, given it means people will need to re-set up Outlook.

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              • #22
                While we're on the topic of Reminders, what's with the small font in the Reminders app on the mac (mountain lion)?

                I realize I'm getting old. But man, that's a tiny font and I just can't figure out how to make it bigger.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by letega View Post
                  While we're on the topic of Reminders, what's with the small font in the Reminders app on the mac (mountain lion)?

                  I realize I'm getting old. But man, that's a tiny font and I just can't figure out how to make it bigger.
                  I hope the recent shake-up at Apple leads to better design for productivity apps. Reminders is just not quite good enough, both iOS and Mac.

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                  • #24
                    Glad to see this thread - I started another one along the same lines. I use it as an adjunct to my paper system. Mostly for errands, but also for stupid little things I want to remember within the course of a day.

                    I use it in conjunction with Siri (although I'm still having hilarious issues with Siri understanding me!) and I LUUURRRV the location-based reminders.

                    I am NOT, however, syncing it with Outlook, nor am I using it as my sole list manager. Still, can't wait to see the set-up guide!

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